Our Pelee house was built in the early 20th century by a ship's captain who chose a nice spot--a treed lot that sits above lake level and offers sweeping views--and built a sturdy, light-filled cottage with views of the lake from almost every room. The cottage sits on the lakefront of Pelee's North Bay, with nine acres of bird-filled old growth forest at the property's rear. Feel Free to explore!
Two large decks have plenty of seating facing the lake. Inside, the living room has two large picture windows for viewing Pelee's light show sunrises and sunsets, a 42-inch flatscreen TV, a stone fireplace, and plenty of comfortable seating. The new owner of the property is a librarian, so there is also a rotating collection of newer books and DVDs.
We're located right in the center of Pelee's North Shore. Conorlee's Bakery, the Pelee Co-Op Grocery Store, The Anchor and Wheel Inn, Scudder Bar and Grill, and the Filling Station restaurant are all within walking distance.